Best Disney Plus bundles in 2024, compared

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Disney Plus bundles are a real must-have if you want to save as much as possible. For a start, they offer better value for money. Second, they usually get you a lot more content than you otherwise would. Because this fills in gaps that the Disney streaming service can't, bundles become a good deal in more ways than a literal one.

We've listed everything you need to know about Disney Plus bundles below, but from our experience (and we've been covering the service since it launched), you can't get much better than the classic bundle. This provides access to Disney Plus, Hulu, and ESPN Plus with ads for for $14.99 per month, or $24.99p/m without ads. That essentially gets you one of them for free, and they provide something for the whole family. Honestly, it's hard to get much better.

There are other options, though. To point you in the right direction, we've rounded up all of the available Disney Plus bundles below.

Disney Plus bundles - US


Disney Plus (with ads) + Hulu (with ads)  | $9.99 per month
Save $5.99 - If you want the least expensive Disney Plus bundle available, this is it. Although these versions of Disney and Hulu come with ads, it's almost $6 less than getting them separately. It's a lot cheaper than the offer without ads, too; that's $19.99 per month and includes ESPN as well. Unfortunately, there isn't an option with just ad-free Disney Plus and Hulu... yet. Happily, that option's due to land for $19.99p/m as of October 12 (and yes, the triple bundle with Disney Plus, Hulu, and ESPN will be increasing in price to compensate).

Buy it if:
✅ You want the cheapest bundle
✅ You aren't bothered by ads

Don't buy it if:
❌ You hate ads

Price check:
Disney Plus $7.99p/m
💲 Hulu $7.99p/m


Disney Plus (ads) + Hulu (ads) + ESPN Plus (ads) | $14.99 per month
Save $11.98 - This is by far and away the best Disney Plus bundle we've been able to find, and it remains unbeaten in terms of sheer value. Namely, Disney and Hulu cost $7.99p/m each while ESPN is $10.99 per month. That's a total of $26.97, making this much less painful on your bank balance.

Buy it if:
✅ You want best overall value
✅ You want something for everyone

Don't buy it if:
❌ You aren't a fan of ads

Price check:
💲 Disney Plus $7.99p/m
💲 Hulu $7.99p/m
💲 ESPN Plus $10.99p/m


Disney Plus (no ads) + Hulu (no ads) + ESPN Plus | $24.99 per month
Save $17.98 - In terms of the biggest saving, this wins without any sort of contest. Although it still combines Disney, Hulu, and ESPN into one package, they all come without ads so that you can avoid those pesky breaks. With the separate cost of all these setting you back $42.97 per month, that $25 Disney Plus bundle looks mighty fine.

Buy it if:
✅ You hate ads
✅ You want something for everyone

Don't buy it if:

❌ You don't mind ads

Price check:
💲 Disney Plus $13.99p/m
💲 Hulu $14.99p/m
💲 ESPN Plus $10.99p/m

Disney Plus bundles - UK


O2 + Disney Plus | Free 6 months of Disney Plus
Save £47.94 - For those of you planning a new phone or SIM-only deal, this is too good an opportunity to miss. Signing up with O2 gets you a free six-month Disney Plus bundle. Alternatively, existing members who add the streaming service to their plan will get £2 off their overall contract.

Buy it if:
✅ You want to upgrade your phone
✅ You were on the fence about Disney

Don't buy it if:
❌ You already have an O2 contract

Price check:
💲 Disney Plus monthly £7.99p/m

Disney Plus bundles - Canada & Australia


Are any Disney Plus bundles available in Canada or Australia? Unfortunately, no - we've not seen any in our travels. That means you'll have to make do with the basic subscriptions: $7.99p/m with ads in Canada (or $11.99p/m without ads) and $13.99p/m in Australia.

Disney Plus bundles - FAQs

A selection of shows and movies available on Disney Plus, set up in a grid

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Is there a discount for Disney Plus bundles?

Although they're few in number, you can get discounts on Disney Plus bundles. Indeed, the Disney Plus, Hulu, and ESPN Plus combo (with ads) for $14.99 per month saves you around $12 compared to buying them separately. It's a similar story with the no-ads version of the offer; you're getting $17.98 off in that case.

Meanwhile, the UK is able to save £47.94 on six months of Disney Plus with an O2 contract. Although it's not as good as the Hulu and ESPN bundle listed above, that's still pretty good overall.

Are Disney Plus bundles worth it?

Despite costing a little more up front, Disney Plus bundles are much better value for money than other deals (so long as you're interested in the extras they provide, of course). That's because the add-ons fill a gap in Disney's own programming.

A good case-in-point would be the offer with Disney Plus, Hulu, and ESPN Plus (including ads) for $14.99 per month. While Disney knocks it out of the park with blockbuster entertainment for families, Hulu covers more mature content. ESPN then charges into the breach with sports. It's the perfect marriage; as we mentioned in our Disney Plus review, those are weak spots for the House of Mouse's streaming service, so it all balances out well.

The same is true of the UK's Disney Plus/Star mashup. Because Disney's offering is understandably more PG, the mature content provided by Star compliments it very nicely.

Can you get Disney Plus without Star?

Unfortunately, there's no way of getting Disney Plus without Star (where the service's more grown-up dramas go) in the UK or Australia. That's because Star isn't actually a separate entity that's been bundled into Disney. Instead, it's a glorified content hub where shows like Grey's Anatomy or Family Guy live, and it's provided free of charge. Think of it like the Star Wars banner on the main menu that collects all of those movies into one place.

If you'd like to check out some other streaming services, don't forget to drop in on the latest HBO Max prices, Hulu prices, Peacock TV costs, and Paramount Plus prices.

Benjamin Abbott
Tabletop & Merch Editor

As the site's Tabletop & Merch Editor, you'll find my grubby paws on everything from board game reviews to the latest Lego news. I've been writing about games in one form or another since 2012, and can normally be found cackling over some evil plan I've cooked up for my group's next Dungeons & Dragons campaign.